Storm Tracker Forecast for 2/12/18: Evening Update Other News Joplin, MO - Clear and cool tonight as high pressure begins to take hold of our weather. Lows will be in the middle and lower 20s but we warm up nicely Tuesday. Highs will be near 50 with the warming trend continuing for much of this week. Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Storm Tracker Forecast for 1/23/18: Evening Update Other News Joplin, MO - High pressure takes control of our weather for a few days. This will lead to a warming trend through Friday. The next chance for showers arrives Friday night and Saturday. Copyright 2018 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Other News Joplin, MO - Clouds increase tonight as cooler air moves into the Four States. Drizzle and patchy fog will be possible through Friday with temperatures in the 50's for much of the day. We bounce back from this cool snap over the weekend with temperatures near record highs Sunday.
Light to moderate rain continues to move into the 4-States. At least it's warm enough for the "liquid" form with this round. More on how much of the weekend will be affected by rain tonight at 5 & 6 on KODE, Action 12 News! https://t.co/8g2ZBvvriB
It looks like storms in Arkansas have taken over most of the moisture with this system. The end result is much less ice for the Four States. Only a glaze to 1/10 of an inch ice accumulation expected here tonight. Watch for slick spots though. https://t.co/7nC84qPgX6
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for the Four States tonight into Thursday morning. Freezing rain will spread into the area this evening. Ice accumulations will range from 1/10"-1/4". Watch for slick roadways. https://t.co/KyZ787aWGU
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